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  1. Thank you so much for sharing this post! I agree with all of your points, and I myself have seen a lot of improvement in various aspects of my life from writing things down. I think more people could benefit from writing things down the good old fashioned way! 🙂

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      You’re so welcome! Nothing like good ole pen and paper.

  2. I am always writing down on paper, to do list, thoughts. A friend was cross with me for wasting paper, this friend works in the local school, she says the children use white boards in stead of paper

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      I say write those thoughts down in whatever way works best for you, Helen 🙂

  3. Liz Ludchak says:

    I just wanted to add that I used to coach people on budgeting and goal setting and one of the assignments I gave was to do your budget out on paper, not in an app or on a spreadsheet. Why? For the very fact that it is more time consuming, so it slows your brain down to actually pay attention. If you write out your (add your addition or habit) every day and the price you pay, you might start to think about how much you really want it. Go to digital later, but for the first few months doing this by hand really makes a difference.

    Also, it was great to see your comment on laptops in the meetings. I agree! I have done both and remember far more when I have a pen and paper in front of me instead of a screen. More people should try it!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      It’s pretty amazing how much more powerful it is when you write it down with a good ol’ pen and piece of paper! Thanks for reading Liz 🙂

  4. Great post. Enjoyed reading it. I’ve recently started a journal and it has helped me. I feel like once I write down whatever needs to be written down my brain is free. I also am a #4.

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Thanks so much Jenn! Getting those thoughts out and onto paper is such a wonderful practice.

  5. I really enjoyed this article and a few of the points made I related to so wanted to comment.
    The first time I have ever heard of a brain dump was from one of your posts and it has done wonders for me. Some days I feel like my brain is going to explode with ideas, worries etc. Writing it all down helps me calm down and it’s so much easier to then work through things.
    I started bullet journaling at the beginning of this year. Yesterday morning I had an assessment with a mental health professional and my bullet journal came in incredibly handy. The psychiatric nurse was amazed by it as I was able to pin point how I felt on certain days etc.

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